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DSS2 resolution limit compared to Hubble Ultra Deep Field

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DSS2 resolution limit compared to Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Postby admin » Thu Jul 03, 2008 3:40 am

I just wondered to see how DSS2 resolution limit looks like compared to Hubble Ultra Deep Field


HUDF (reduced resolution): (see source and full resolution)
Image

DSS2 (version 1/2):
Image Image

Basically I could find on DSS2 field 4 stars (their magnitudes are around 18-19) and very few largest galaxies, but it's hard to distinguish those stars from galaxies based on DSS images.
There's one quite bright blue patch on DSS images that does match to any object on HUDF (on right side above middle)

URLs used to cut DSS2 images matched to HUDF's projection: DSS2 version 1 and DSS2 version 2
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Re: DSS2 resolution limit compared to Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Postby DMJY510 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 1:47 am

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